Nestled between Corona, Elmhurst, Forest Hills and Middle Village, Rego Park coops for sale are in close proximity to Manhattan making for an easy commute by car or mass transit.
The vibrant community provides a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Initially developed in the 1920s by the Real Good Construction Company, this neighborhood has been popularized by the CBS sitcom “King of Queens,” whose main characters live in Rego Park along with the 2013 motion picture “The Wolf of Wall Street,” which featured scenes filmed in the neighborhood. Many of the original buildings still exist. Buyers have the option of selecting from a range of architectural styles including modern, pre- and post-war construction. Home to a growing number of successful families and individuals, Rego Park continues to reflect its heritage as it moves forward into the 21st century.
The vibrant community offers competitive prices based on location and size. In addition to being situated in the highly regarded Rego Park elementary school district, many of these coops for sale offer the most highly desired amenities. Residents of this dynamic and diverse neighborhood find parks, a library and a variety of shopping and dining venues as well as banks, health clubs and houses of worship. This includes the 63rd Drive main business thoroughfare, the 277,000-square foot multi-story Rego Center shopping mall and numerous small retail shops, bakeries as well as an eclectic mix of popular restaurants serving an assortment of ethnic cuisines. Its history, economic value, and available services makes Rego Park a highly sought after community for families and individuals.